HOW AUGMENTED REALITY, VIRTUAL REALITY, AND ROBOTICS CAN WORK TOGETHER

| July 27, 2019

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Augmented reality (AR), robotics, and virtual reality (VR) can team up to develop innovative applications for various organizations. Since their inception, robots have been helping humans in manufacturing and packaging tasks in factories. With the help of robots, businesses not only achieve higher efficiency but ensure the safety of their staff in hazardous areas. Meanwhile, modern technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality have offered an immersive platform for gaming and media. With the help of AR and VR, people can experience surreal atmospheres indoors as well as outdoors. Generally, AR and VR are utilized in industry sectors such as finance, healthcare, construction, and retail.

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